Brain organization of gorillas reflects species differences in ecology.

Abstract

Gorillas include separate eastern (Gorilla beringei) and western (Gorilla gorilla) African species that diverged from each other approximately 2 million years ago. Although anatomical, genetic, behavioral, and socioecological differences have been noted among gorilla populations, little is known about variation in their brain structure. This study examines… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.22646

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